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It's hard to believe one quarter of the year has flown by. Here are some of the books I've loved from the first three months of 2020. Some I read, some I listened to. I'm sure you'll find a new favorite. #amreading #amlistening #bookreview #lovetoread #history #mystery #middlegrade #birding

First Quarter Favorites: Seven Books You’ll Want to Read (or Listen to) ASAP

It’s hard to believe one quarter of the year has flown by. Here are some of the books I’ve loved from the first three months of 2020. Some I read, some I listened to. I’m sure you’ll find a new favorite. #amreading #amlistening #bookreview #lovetoread #history #mystery #middlegrade #birding

Finding culturally diverse books for children and tweens isn't easy. Second Story Press from Canada has an excellent and growing selection of beautiful books written by marginalized voices as well as books written in the language of the storyteller. I call that a win-win situation! #amreading #ownvoices #marginalizedvoices #truth #boardingschool #picturebook #culturaldiversity

Culturally Diverse Books for Children and Middle-grade Students

Finding culturally diverse books for children and tweens isn’t easy. Second Story Press from Canada has an excellent and growing selection of beautiful books written by marginalized voices as well as books written in the language of the storyteller. I call that a win-win situation! #amreading #ownvoices #marginalizedvoices #truth #boardingschool #picturebook #culturaldiversity

Brighty of the Grand Canyon Seen Through Today’s Lens

Book Talk Tuesdays: Children’s Classics I still remember baking and selling bread as a nine-year-old so that I could buy Marguerite Henry’s book Justin Morgan Had a Horse. When I entered the musty, high-ceiled bookstore on the main street of Clarksburg, WVA, I felt small and insignificant, but determined to buy a book. After frantically …

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